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1.L-Theanine
L-theanine is a water-soluble amino acid. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. L-theanine has been studied for its possible health benefits, ranging from 32264 /tnp/pg000220 doc cancer and 38643 /tnp/condition/stroke doc stroke prevention to 21790 /tnp/pg000765 doc weight loss . However, most research on the amino acid has been conducte...
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2.Glutamine
Glutamine, or L-glutamine, is an amino acid derived from another amino acid, glutamic acid. Glutamine plays a role in the health of the immune system, digestive tract, and muscle cells, as well as other bodily functions. It appears to serve as a fuel for the cells that line the intestines. Heavy exercise, infection, surgery, and trauma can deplete ...
Score: 99%
 
3.General Health and Well-being
While treating disease is important, there is no question that, if it were possible, most of us would prefer to prevent disease and also improve daily health and well-being. No drug can provide this benefit, but daily exercise and good nutrition will undoubtedly make a positive contribution. Homeopathic therapies have been proposed as well. Treatme...
Score: 98%
 
4.Canker Sores
Canker sores are small ulcers in the mouth caused by an assortment of viruses. A susceptibility to canker sores tends to run in families. No successful conventional treatment is available. A highly preliminary study suggests that a chemically altered form of the herb licorice known as /tnp/pg000492 21674 doc deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL) may be...
Score: 96%
 
5.Active Hexose Correlated Compound
In Japan, various mushrooms and tree fungi have a long history of medicinal use. Active Hexose Correlated Compound (AHCC) is a proprietary compound made from the mycelia (vegetative portion) of various mushrooms in the general family of basidiomycete. The exact composition of the mushrooms, as well as the method used to prepare them, are conside...
Score: 94%
 
6.Guarana
Guarana, an herb from the Amazon rain forest, has a long history of use as a stimulant beverage. It has also been used to treat arthritis, diarrhea, and headaches. Like tea, coffee, and chocolate, guarana contains alkaloids in the caffeine family, such as theobromine and theophylline. Caffeine is known to reduce pain, treat /tnp/pg000322 doc 2155...
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7.Constipation
In the nineteenth century, a naturopathic concept came into being whose influence persists today: namely, that regular, frequent, and complete bowel movements are necessary for optimum health. William Harvey Kellogg, of Kellogg's cereal fame, wrote extensively of the dangers of "auto-intoxication" purportedly caused by inadequate elimination. He an...
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8.Methionine
Methionine is an essential amino acid one of the building blocks of proteins and peptides that your body cannot manufacture from other chemicals. The body uses methionine to manufacture /tnp/pg000531 doc 21706 creatine and uses the sulfur in methionine for normal metabolism and growth. One preliminary study suggests that methionine can prevent bact...
Score: 93%
 
9.Vitamin D
Vitamin D is both a vitamin and a hormone. It's a vitamin because your body cannot absorb calcium without it; it's a hormone because your body manufactures it in response to your skin's exposure to sunlight. There are two major forms of vitamin D, and both have the word calciferol in their names. In Latin, calciferol means "calcium carrier." Vitami...
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10.Eleutherococcus senticosus
Eleutherococcus senticosus is only distantly related to the true ginseng species ( /tnp/pg000299 doc 21536 Panax ginseng and /tnp/pg000299 doc 21536 P. quinquefolius ) and possesses entirely different, unrelated chemical constituents. However, it is popularly called Russian or Siberian ginseng. The origin of this misnomer lies in the work of a So...
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